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KICU
May 11, 2014 11:00pm PDT
for extra bases were denied. and then they took the lead on adrian gonzalez single. that scores gonzalez who was on second because of a giants defensive lapse. it was angel pagan. take a look at pagan with the hopper. he avoids the collision as gonzalez is thrown out at the plate and the dodger lead remains just a run. >>> clayton kershaw the other half of the pitcher's dual. that seven homers now for hicks who continues to get clutch hits despite his low batting average. with sergio romo trying to nail things down. ramirez gets a homer that just goes over the fence. that's romo's first loss of the year. giants make it three out of four over the dodgers and go 7- 3 on the trip. no rest as they're back home as they're back for three tomorrow night against atlanta. >>> the game was about more than this. todd fraizer against macasio. that's homer number seven. here's the story. reliever chapman making his first appearance is being hit in the face. chapman responded to his first save situation by striking out carlos gonzalez and justin morneau. justin hit 101 and 101 101 -- 102 on the radar gu
KOFY
May 11, 2014 9:00pm PDT
gio gonzalez to washington. a little extra incentive against your former team. a's raised over $70,000 for breast cancer research today. we go bottom first. two men on. norris facing gio gonzalez, see you. two on for norris, gone. he was 2 for 4, 6 rbi. his first multihomer game. gonzalez went four. seven run, nine hits and a temper tantrum. 7-0 a's. scott kazmir threw scoreless seven innings. struck out four. the threat in the seventh ended on this double play. nick punto add lead rbi. doubled down the line. here is albert callaspo. a's with their fourth sweep of the year. 9-1 your final on mother's day. >> one of them special days, you know. can't really explain other than somewhere mama is giving me the power and the strength to do something special on her day. and it all goes out to her. she has always been there for me. nice to be able to give it back to her somehow. >>> dodgers. i'm ready to snag a foul ball for mom yasser arafat, solo shot in the sixth, his sixth of the year. ties it at one. we go to the seventh. power with power. brandon hicks, what a pickup. giants go up 3
KRON
May 29, 2014 11:00pm PDT
gonzalez was sentenced in federal court in oakland yesterday. officials say, gonzalez met the 15- year old victim on a website back in 20-12. they say, he persuaded her to send him nude photographs of herself. when the teen told him she did not want to communicate with him anymore. gonzalez then posted her nude pictures on a number of websites, including facebook. only on kron4-- after complaining to the city about broken streetlights. and getting no response. residents in un-incorporated redwood city called kron 4 for help. light after light on this strip of spring street is out. people who live and work here say. it is a huge safety concern. one man showed us his complaint to the city. dated last december which only garnered a generic response, thanking him for his submission. our shop has called 3 or 4 time, just for one single light and they still haven't been able to fix it. i don't know what to tell you. we learned the lights are actually overseen by san mateo county. a representative told us, a faulty undergound vault caused the lights to go out. and instead of fixing the vault, the
LINKTV
May 19, 2014 8:00am PDT
worthy speaking on democracy now! in 1998 when juan gonzalez sat down and interviewed him. we will play more of that interview throughout the broadcast. first, to investigative journalist scott armstrong, former "washington post" reporter, founder of the national security archive, published a series of articles in "the washington post" and generate 1982 based on the book. -- documents william worthy brought back from iran. thank you for joining us. can you talk about first meeting william worthy and the significance of the information he brought back, why the u.s. government was so angry? well, bill worthy was a mixture in your character. he defended the bill of rights by acting on it and was known for that. i got a call from somebody from the aclu and was put together with randy i guess who is with he's a verynd self-effacing man. he is very straightforward and said here was important information, the actual documents. the students i collected them into paperback books with introductory polemics. realpeared to be the thing. you thought they ought to be in the united states and brought
ABC
May 11, 2014 5:00pm PDT
,000 for breast cancer research. norris facing gonzalez. see you. two on for norris and guess deep again. 2-4, six rbi. gonzalez lasted four. a little temper tantrum. scott cass mr. improves to 5-1, struck out five. stops the threat in seventh. ways with the fourth series sweep of the year, most in the majors. 9-1 your final. >> one of them special days. can't really explain other than somewhere mom is giving me the power and strength to da something special on her day, and all guess 0 out to her. she's always been there for me and nice to give it back to her somehow. >> giants and dodgers-ready to catch a foul ball. tim hudson and clayton kershaw facing off. puig with his sixth of the year, tied at one. to the seventh. giants match power with more power. brandon hicks. 3- giants. now bottom nine, 4-2g-men. romo to close. two outs. ramirez ties it with one swing of the bat. third home run. we good to extras. panda comes through in the tenth. he had the hits. giants had two more and hang on for the 7-4 victory. >>> if league mvp kevin durant wants to add an nba title he has to get past the clippers
ABC
May 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
over in the trade that send gonzalez to washington, and guess who theways catcher faced it to? also extra incentive against your former day. a's raced $70,000 for breast cancer research today. bottom first, norris facing gonzalez, see ya. now 4 or. then two on for norris, 2-4, six rbi. most by anways catcher since 1970. scott cass mr.. improves to 5-1. struck out four, stops the threat in the seventh with a double-play, and then nick punto, a three rbi of his own. ways -- a's with their fourth series sweep of the year. 9-1 the final on mother's day. >> one of them special days. can't really explain other than somewhere mom is giving me the power and strength to do something special on her day. all guess tout her. she's always been there for me, and nice to actually in some way give it back to her. >> tell him to trim the beard. giants and dodgers. kids always bring your glove to the park. the first mistake. shot by the puig. tied at 1. to the seventh. giants match power with more power. the two-run shot off kershaw. 32-giants. bottom nine, 4-2 g-men. sergio romo to close. ramirez ti
CBS
May 19, 2014 12:00pm PDT
beginning of summer. >> all right, lawrence. thanks. >> thank you, lawrence. >>> well, roberta gonzalez is keeping an eye on the fire danger. mount dee diablo in the weather lab. >> this is the remains of the fire, the morgan territory fire that burned this last september. currently here at top mount, it is 64 degrees. it is a blustery afternoon, the winds blowing out of the west at 15 and sustained gusts easily over 25 miles per hour and then went up in smoke. take you back to september of 2013 when the morgan territory was burning out of control and racing all the way up to the observatory atop mount diablo. 848 feet tall, so this fire had running distance. by the time it was all said and done, 4,000 acres were charred but fast forward from september to today. nothing has really changed. we are in a drought situation, so it is extremely dry out here. you can see that it is golden yellow as far as the hills are concerned and typically the time of year we should still be green. you, as a home own, should experience the same kind of conditions. firefighters have not seen a break in the
CBS
May 11, 2014 5:30pm PDT
, trading gonzalez to the nationals, one of the players the a's got in return, catcher, jerry noris. >> the rookie skipper of the nationals. bottom of the 1st. now, for north. getting the green light on a 3- 0 count and crushes it. oakland scored 4 runs in the 1st. welcome back to oakland, gonzalez. it got worse in the 2nd. now, hitting the pop up. should of ended the inning. but, jose can not make the catch. the ball would roll, foul, and it would be a walk to continue the inning. now, round 2. they are 3-0. yes. career day for the a's catcher. drives in 6 runs, only lasts 4 and a third. the shortest of the year. the lead, 20 for that man. tossing the shutout innings, third start this year without allowing a run. he picks up his 5th win of the year. the a's beat the nats, 9-1 and they sweep the series. >> mom is giving me the power and strength to do something great on her day. it is nice to give it back to her somehow. >> i don't think i have seen anything like that before. the count, hitting it on the nose. that is awesome. early on in the game, having a nice cushion to go out th
KOFY
May 11, 2014 7:00pm PDT
. derek norris brought over in the trade that send gonzalez to washington, and guess who theways catcher faced it to? also extra incentive against your former day. a's raced $70,000 for breast cancer research today. bottom first, norris facing gonzalez, see ya. now 4 or. then two on for norris, 2-4, six rbi. most by anways catcher since 1970. scott cass mr.. improves to 5-1. struck out four, stops the threat in the seventh with a double-play, and then nick punto, a three rbi of his own. ways -- a's with their fourth series sweep of the year. 9-1 the final on mother's day. >> one of them special days. can't really explain other than somewhere mom is giving me the power and strength to do something special on her day. all guess tout her. she's always been there for me, and nice to actually in some way give it back to her. >> tell him to trim the beard. giants and dodgers. kids always bring your glove to the park. the first mistake. shot by the puig. tied at 1. to the seventh. giants match power with more power. the two-run shot off kershaw. 32-giants. bottom nine, 4-2 g-men. sergio romo to
LINKTV
May 16, 2014 8:00am PDT
!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. congratulations, grandpa, the graduation of your granddaughter. >> i granddaughter diana graduated from to the university and communications, of all things. >> we have another gonzalez journalist coming up through the ranks. >> after more than half a billion people went to the polls in india's five-week long general election, the results are in. the country's longtime ruling party has faced a crushing defeat following outrage over a string of corruption scandals and a sagging economy. this is the leader of the indian national congress party. observing dearly trans, the commerce party and the united progressive alliance respectfully accept defeat. >> early election results show the opposition leader narendra modi has won a landslide retrieve and set to become the country's new prime minister. he is the leader of the bjp, hindu nationalist party. note he served as the chief minister of gujarat, where one of india's worst anti-mus
ABC
May 11, 2014 11:00pm PDT
's day. he was part of a trade that sent geo gonzalez to washington and guess who derrick faced today. always extra incentive facing your former team. a's raised $70,000 for cancer -- for breast cancer research. two on and two out for norris and gone. derrick two for four and six r.b.i. his first multi homer game. gonzalez lasted four and wasn't happy. 7-0a's. meanwhile, struck out four. this threat in the seventh ended with this double play. he added three r.b.i and this double down the line scores moss. a's with their sweep of the year. 9-1 your final on mother's day. >> one of them special days. can't really explain it except somewhere mom is giving me the power and the strength to do something special on her day. it goes out to her. she has always been there with me. it is nice to give it back to her somehow. >> the giants and dodgers and this guy is ready for action. tim hudson and clay son kershaw and huddy with the first mistake. that's his 6th of the year. brandon hicks with his seventh of the season. bottom of 9 and sergio romo to close it out. ramirez says not so fast. the f
ABC
May 12, 2014 2:00am PDT
geo gonzalez to washington and guess who derrick faced today. always extra incentive facing your former team. a's raised $70,000 for cancer -- for breast cancer research. two on and two out for norris and gone. derrick two for four and six r.b.i. his first multi homer game. gonzalez lasted four and wasn't happy. 7-0a's. meanwhile, struck out four. this threat in the seventh ended with this double play. he added three r.b.i and this double down the line scores moss. a's with their sweep of the year. 9-1 your final on mother's day. >> one of them special days. can't really explain it except somewhere mom is giving me the power and the strength to do something special on her day. it goes out to her. she has always been there with me. it is nice to give it back to her somehow. >> the giants and dodgers and this guy is ready for action. tim hudson and clay son kershaw and huddy with the first mistake. that's his 6th of the year. brandon hicks with his seventh of the season. bottom of 9 and sergio romo to close it out. ramirez says not so fast. the first blown save of the year tie itse
FOX
May 11, 2014 10:00pm PDT
. and then they took the lead on adrian gonzalez single. that scores gonzalez who was on second because of a giants defensive lapse. it was angel pagan. take a look at pagan with the hopper. he avoids the collision as gonzalez is thrown out at the plate and the dodger lead remains just a run. >>> clayton kershaw the other half of the pitcher'
LINKTV
May 2, 2014 8:00am PDT
'm amy goodman. >> i'm juan gonzalez. your peace yesterday and today in the new york daily news is key to finally getting it done, respect. now thatave heard by the new york city teachers union negotiated a landmark agreement with the the blasio administration this week where 100,000 members of the union, after 4.5 years without any pay raises or a contract, have reached a new contract with the city. it is really a landmark agreement considering the bitterness that existed between not just the teachers but also the unions that have been without contracts dating back to the last years of the bloomberg administration. it will be a huge change. the respect issue which i raised in my column, i think, was the key to it. theonly the teachers but other unions in the city, for the first time, have a mayor that is respecting the collective bargaining process, treating them as equals, sitting down to negotiate how to best deal with the education system and the wages of those workers in the city. i think the willingness of the blasio to give and take with the ideas aboutvative cutting huge amount
LINKTV
May 9, 2014 8:00am PDT
gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. today we look at marijuana refugees the people and families who have uprooted their lives and moved to colorado with the hope of obtaining medical marijuana to treat various illnesses. any are families with young children who suffer from epilepsy and relentless seizures. according to the colorado springs gazette, at least 115 marijuana refugee families from 43 states have left jobs, homes, and the rest of their families so they could obtain oil made from the special strain of cannabis that has repeatedly quelled the seizures in a handful of kids in colorado springs. >> the colorado springs gazette recently published a peace about nine-year-old madeleine lightle and her mother dara lightle moved from virginia to colorado. in a moment, madeline and her mother will join us. but first, let's turn to this video about their story produced by the colorado springs gazette. >> my name is madeleine. >> when i think of the child who has seizures, i think of a very low functioning child. such as the my
LINKTV
May 23, 2014 8:00am PDT
. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. we begin today's show looking at lidia. in washington, the focus remains largely on what happened in the libyan city of benghazi on september 11, 2012. when ambassador christopher stephens and three other americans were killed in an attack. fierceident sparked a political fight between republicans and democrats over the obama administration's handling of the embassy security and the steps it took in the aftermath of the attack. since then, congressional republicans have led eight separate investigations into the matter. on may 8, the republican-let house of representatives noted to launch another congressional probe. earlier this week, house minority leader nancy pelosi announced that democrats would participate. why giving the validity to this, but i do think it is important for the american people to have the pursuit of in a fairtions done and open and balanced way as possible. that simply would not be po
FOX
May 11, 2014 5:00pm PDT
hopper right on the money, gonzalez thrown out at the plate and dodger lead remains a run. giants took a four lead into the 9th. sergio trying to nail things down. >>> this headed to extra innings. san francisco again has the lead, the join also go on to get three in the inning making for a happy return to san francisco after two weeks on the road. three hits on the day for sandoval. giants win, they go 7-3 on the trip and head home for the first of three tomorrow night against atlanta. >> >> a's don't get many chances to see the washington nationals. after this weekend teckels see up, they welcome them back any time. a mother's day crowd honored with more than $70,000 raised for breast cancer awareness. this is the first time they got a look at former teammate gonzalez. they like lad they saw. >>> a popgun, breezy. neither of these two can make the catch. the ball is foul, but then draws a walk. norris takes a rip on the 3-0 pitch and gets the same results. gonzalez gives up seven runs and takes it. he is not thrilled bite the turn of events needs to be calmed by an oakland guy from a
NBC
May 1, 2014 6:00pm PDT
is more passionate than 12-year-old jose gonzalez. his mother was deported this weekment his older brother, david, says current immigration laws are tarring apart too many other families. he plans to march with 10,000 others. >> he deserves to grow up with the guidance of my mother. every little kid should grow up with a family, a full family. >> march organizers say in addition to calling for immigration reform, they are honoring the contributions immigrants have made to sillicon's family's suck says. they have a chance to achieve the american dream. the reason most of them came to this country. >> again, multiple rallies across the bay area. the two big ones in san jose and then this one in oakland. this group of marchers started at the fruitville bart station and are headed back towards oakland and in san jose, two big marchings right now on this may day. >> it is another scorcher across the bay area today. the second straight day of near record temperatures. in palo alto, it got into the 90s. we have live coverage for you. stech we begin with chief meteorologist. >> we did have the sou
ABC
May 3, 2014 5:30pm PDT
? here's abc's marci gonzalez. >> reporter: it's not quite the drama of movies like "21." >> what's the count? >> plus 9. >> no. >> plus 11. >> reporter: but a hollywood a-lister is starring in his own real-life sin city controversy. a source confirms to abc news that ben affleck was booted from blake jack table at a las vegas casino, banned from playing the game there for life. the source saying security at the hard rock hotel and casino told affleck "you're too good" and politely escorted him from the table. the casino says it is their policy not to comment on guests' gaming play, but affleck was reportedly suspected of counting cards, a gambling method in which the player memorize which type of cards have already been played and uses that knowledge to perfect his or her playing strategy. >> card counting is perfectly legal because you're just using your brain. you're playing the game they offer. but the casinos don't like it because they know that if you play long enough you're going to take their money. >> reporter: affleck, who has reportedly raked in hundreds of thousands of
ABC
May 5, 2014 4:00am PDT
to the ground. >> abc's marci gonzalez is live in providence with the latest on the injuries and investigation. good morning, marci. >> reporter: good morning, john and diana. incredibly all of those performers survived. but such a scare for everyone who was here for yesterday's performance. this morning, investigators are still trying to figure out how this happened. a part of this circus performance meant to wow the audience, acrobats suspended about 30 feet high by their hair. no one expecting what happened next. those eight crashing to the ground on to a dancer below. >> i heard them hit the ground. it was hard. >> no net to catch their fall. the metal platform they were happening from landing on top of them. >> ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages, we ask that you please enjoy this intermission at this time while we situate ourselves during this accident. >> reporter: the thousands in the audience here in providence, rhode island, stunned as the lights were dimmed and first responders rushed in to help. >> my daughter started immediately, oh, my god, daddy. are they going to be okay
CBS
May 11, 2014 6:30pm PDT
no no no. crystal geyser. bottled right at the mountain source. in 2011, the a's traded to o gonzalez to the nationals.. of >>> it was sad when the a's trade. gonzalez, in 2000 the a's traded him. one of the players the a's got in return, a catcher by derek noris, mat williams is the skipper for the nationals, pick it up on the bottom of the 1st. 2 on, 2 out for noris. got the green light on the pitch, crushed that into the left field seats. oakland scored 4 runs in the 1st. welcome back. it got worse in the 2nd. going for the pop up. now t should have been the catcher. he can not make the catch. it is a powell ball. it ends up walking and kept the inning alive. that set up round 2. north against it. on the pitch, again, it is a 3- run jack. career day for the a's catcher. he drive fist 6. some home coming for hip. last innings gave up 7 runs on 9 hits. throwing a temper tantrum. everyone talks about the giants picking up hudson. what about scott. 7 more shutout innings allows 4 hits, 5-1. the args's beat the nats, to sweep the series. >> yes. >> retired. >> yes. >> somewhere, going t
Telemundo
May 26, 2014 6:00pm PDT
- :50 1:58 - 2:06 trt: 2:11 o.c. standard ana gonzalez vino de tepatitln, jalisco a los 8 meses, y despus de 30 aÑos en estados unidos y gracias a la accin diferida, finalmente est haciendo planes de viajar a mxico. s.o.t. ana gonzález/soñadora amparada bajo daca 7:56:24 desde que recuerdo desde los 7, 8 años yo he querido visitar a mi familia en méxico, pero nunca he podido hasta ahora que soy recipiente de daca. ana quiere ir antes de fin de aÑo, pero primero piensa asesorarse.. buena idea dice vanessa sandoval de la organizacin siren. s.o.t. vanessa sandoval/siren 1:36:13 una persona que quiere ir únicamente por el hecho de viajar no se puede. tiene uno que darle una explicación y someter comprobantes de que uno tiene una razón humanitaria, por ejemplo tiene un familiar enfermo en el extranjero al que quiere visitar, o que tiene una razón profesional o educativa por el cual salir, y someter comprobantes de esa razón. sandoval dice inmigracin s est aprobando los permisos de viaje para soÑadores, y que el primer paso para viajar bajo daca es reunir la evidencia para ju
Al Jazeera America
May 31, 2014 7:00pm EDT
and take 3 people >> jacinta gonzalez has been piecing together the impact of cari on immigrant families. >> is there a suspicion of what these poeole are doing? this isn't associated with any other crime? >> what we've heard from the testimonies we've been gathering is that literally people, the ice agents will go into apartment complexes, bible studies, stop anyone who looks latino. sometimes they ask questions, sometimes they handcuff people, fingerprint them, and if they have any sort of minor criminal record or any previous immigration history, they immediately take them into custody. >> this type of enforcement represents a shift for new orleans. >> after hurricane katrina a lot of day laborers and reconstruction workers came to help rebuild the city, to help do roofing work, to do demolition work, basically to clean up the streets and help people get back into their home. >> at the workers' center for racial justice, immigrants fighting deportation gathered to share stories. >> the center is collaborating with a national anti-deportation movement called "not1more" - to help plan a
PBS
May 6, 2014 6:30pm PDT
bcci on tuesday suspended practice on cricket association on its phones gonzalez off to form a commission of indian premier league ipl in the late ninety s that made its president they mean is that back to indy on second thought. on to some cricket association on cd. it's truly against a decision of the bcci to suspend it. see i had early odds of scenery to do so so slow to stand firm with the film's action. i was the officer said that the boats move was intimidating. the right to do it. the man that though i don't know about it with us and yet we do for the baby had opposed to somebody who didn't get out the complete unit on ideas of age in the nineteen eighteen. it was just a guest bed he sees in it yet. well done and yet you don't do that. ci on its terms said the suspension them not to think the team in the province. on the eve of a gang during his tummy. but it can improve the content tonight. but no whom the shortened week ago commit to be taken at the end. so you can turn repeat itself with nico. it was our sunday nation to rca would announce on tuesday at the end of t
Univision
May 1, 2014 6:30pm PDT
.juan carlos gonzalez converso con el. y asi llegamos al final con las noticias mas importantes a esta horagracias por acompaqarnos. nos vemos con mas noticias a las once y media en su noticiero univision, edicion nocturna.. ♪ amor, amor, amor, no me sueltes de tu mano ♪. >> la que estÁ de atar es diana, ayer la tuve que ir a sacar de un bar, ¿creerÁs que en su estado se puso una borrachera? >> quÉ bruta es. >> no sabes lo que me preocupa cÓmo va a nacer ese niÑo, ¿y se puede hacer algo legalmente para protegerlo en este momento? >> lamentablemente no. una vez que nazca podemos intentar algunas cosas, pero de momento nada. >> temo que haga otra locura. >> no, esperemos que no. >> ¿y tÚ cÓmo estÁs? >> bien, por fin brigitte acepÓo ser mi novia.
NBC
May 1, 2014 4:30am PDT
considering her bill asking for an exemption based on humanitarian reasons but david gonzalez, who is an engineering student at san jose state got a call from his mother yesterday saying she had been deported. issued a statement saying, our dysfunctional immigration system continues to rip families apart. >>> several may day demonstrations are planned throughout the bay area, activists for immigration. from immigration rights to end e evictions. you may recall a small group of people clashed with police in 2012 in these rallies. in santa rosa, they'll focus on the 13-year-old who was killed by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy who thought the replica rifle was a real gun. two marches in san jose for immigrant and worker rights. the first starts at 4:00 at our lady of guwau guadalupe church e two groups will meet for a rally. >>> workers will gauge the sierra nevada snow pack hoping to figure out how much water has melt under to streams and reservoirs. sierra snow pack accounts for a third of the state's water. the last measurement was a month ago. a show where 32% of how much snow t
NBC
May 1, 2014 5:30pm PDT
. >> nobody is more passionate than 12-year-old jose gonzalez. his mother was deported this weekment his older brother, david, says current immigration laws are
ABC
May 10, 2014 4:30pm PDT
it but hix scores. to the sixth, dodgers down 2-0. adrian gonzalez, grounds into a double play. then in the seventh, degorden, with a dagger past a leaping panda at third. dodgers' first lead of the day in the eighth, matt kemp. a blast and the dodgers go on to win it 6-2 your final. >>> nfl draft today, niners had seven picks, bruce ellington, three quarterback win, johnson, ricer, and akerr. aaron lynch, ramsey, and with their final pick, adding depth to an already strong roster. five picks for the raiders, justin ellis, keith mcgill and defensive end harris from illinois, safety from western kentucky, raiders with a good draft which reggie mckenzie and allen will need to have a good season. bay area athletes. ed rein independence to the eagles. san jose quarterback joins north carolina and quarterback david sails winds to chicago. cary fort -- not showing, gaffney on his way to carolina. >>> nba regular season and playoffs can be like night and day. case in point, brooklyn. beat miami all four regular season games but have yet to get a win against lebron and the boys in roun
KICU
May 16, 2014 4:00am PDT
what thelma gonzalez makes now. "running for drive-though, taking orders, keeping a happy face for customers is stressful. (does it deserve $15 an hour?) yes, it does." in chicago, "a skeleton staff" kept the city's largest mcdonalds open. while congresswoman jan schakowsky spoke of unfairness to taxpayers who provide public assistance to more than half of the nation's fast-food workers. "meantime, mcdonald's made 5.6 billion dollars in profit. don't you think they should give these people a raise?" the protesters have the support of the service employees international union, which has two million members, as well as advocates for the homeless. "it's on the backs of these workers that those giants live." but u.s. chamber of commerce vice president glenn spencer said "these union-produced, made-for-media protests have repeatedly failed to gain support from more than a handful of actual workers." the strike is the latest in a series of protests targeting several fast-food operators. in response, mcdonalds issued a statement saying: "mcdonald's respects our employees right to voic
CBS
May 16, 2014 12:00pm PDT
've got to find out where is roberto gonzalez. >> roberto, where are you? >> you guessed it earlier michelle. i'm at the brand new home of our san francisco 49ers, and sure we've got sneak peaks of the brand new stadium, but this time we had a special tour with this week's edition of where's roberto. >> levy stadium will open in just 12 weeks for now and it's a new home of san francisco 49ers. i want today see a part of the stadium that's a special feature where only few will venture, so i go up 170 feet. >> we're up here on the roof here at levy stadium. and this is a unique feature of any stadium. and this is an area where we have planted over 16 species of plant. we've got the solar panels above our head. we've got the green roof with the plants, we actually have a little weather station up here that wind speed, the temperatures and things of that nature. >> up here are the roof, all of these plans are looking at were chosen because they are drought resistant. they also used reclaim water and they're beneficial for keeping the roof at the stadium. >> boys have got hospitality are
CBS
May 5, 2014 12:00pm PDT
in the bay area. >> kpix 5's roberta gonzalez at the restaurant where the owner has a special recipe for the festivities and you have a special outfit. >> yes, i do. viva cinco de mayo. i'm joined with the mayor of dublin. hello, there. >> i'm doing great. having a great time celebrating the 30th anniversary, one of the best mexican restaurants, in dublin. >> reporter: it's true. 30 years been here in dublin joined by them. folks for cinco de mayo. >> is the significant in our history. pueblo and 150 years later we celebrate cinco de mayo. >> reporter: you want what i want to celebrate? gawkguacamole. >> if you smash the avocado, you get it real quick. >> reporter: what else do you do? >> then you squeeze a little lime juice inside so that keeps the avocado fresh and green and flavorful. >> reporter: we don't like it to get brown. >> we don't. a little salt and pepper. cilantro, i like extra cilantro. >> i like extra jalapeno! and serranos. >> that's a great honor right there. outstanding. mmm. >> reporter: i say no but our web site says yes. viva cinco de mayo. we'll be back after t
PBS
May 16, 2014 2:30pm PDT
gonzalez was brave enough to match them. now he says the cartels are infiltrating the self-defense groups. traffickers always adapt, he says. they were procreating self-defense groups. we free ourselves from one mafia and another takes its place. fiesta. one of the villages where the knights templar's cartel remains popular. the cartel spent a lot of money here. it recruited young men. legalize marijuana would still be here when -- heroin, crystal meth, cocaine. arrest one liter and whoever is left runs the show. the cartels are bloodied from time to time, but they keep coming back. paul wood, bbc news. since the mars rover curiosity landed in 2012, we have been waiting for the answer to the question -- has there ever been life on mars? a fellow atdam, nasa's jet propulsion laboratory. have they discovered anything that suggests that mars could support life? >> one of the wonderful things about this mission is before we were halfway done which what we call be prime mission, we had taken data that told the scientist that ancient mars could have and would have supported life if life existed
PBS
May 25, 2014 5:30pm PDT
. prevention, the mayor says, is cheaper than treatment. maria gonzalez is the city's psychologist in charge of these urban gyms. >> we wanted people to have -- >> and when you see the people who come to you, are they healthy? >> most of them, no. but they come here and they start wanting to have a better way of living a healthy life, a healthy style of living. >> reporter: the biggest challenge is to start them young. all research shows that if a child is overweight at age 5, most always will be. they don't know much about new taxes, but the government says higher taxes on junk food will make families buy less and that children will be healthier and live longer. >>> the whole world is gaining weight. find out where the u.s. fits in and see what other countries are doing to battle the bulge. visit newshour on pbc.org. >>> on this memorial day, we wanted to introduce you to ed drew, a military veteran, who was inspired to make something lasting. our story narrated by scott schaeffer was produced by pbs station kqed in san francisco. >> when i grew up, my life was not incredibly easy. my mothe
SFGTV
May 29, 2014 5:00am PDT
the fire and before that i had a compost with branches -- and i have to thank fire inspector steve gonzalez and also the building inspector, inspector [inaudible] who had helped me in the spring of 2013 giving me suggestions what to do to clean up from the fire. and i finally also -- if i could [inaudible] and then [inaudible] my good friend who retired from the department of public works a few years ago associate director. he was my [inaudible] at church . so to summarize, i submitted to you my utility bills and i have continuous pge bill in september too. and i brought in the rest of my water bill and [inaudible] bill for the past. i also give those to the department of building inspection. >> thank you. i have to cut you off. you'll have a chance for rebuttal and comment. >> commissioner lee. >> can i ask the department, what evidence did we use to determine that the building was vacant and abandoned? >> actually, how this really came on the radar, it was a newspaper article some years ago in the examiner around the time of the fire and at that time we had two properties -- we had 641, t
CBS
May 12, 2014 6:00am PDT
. so you can. >>> good morning, everyone. in 2011, the a's traded gio gonzalez to the washington nationals. one player sent back was the name of derek norris. billy deen has to enjoy this one as the deal looks better and better every day. norris hit two three run home runs in gonzalez with a career high six runs and geogets knocked out on the fifth inning and 9-1 and they sweep that series. sergio for the first of the year and picked up an extra inning. pablo sandoval came through for three hit game of the year. giants beat dodgers 7-4. three out of four in l.a. how about game four clippers and thunder. l.a. back from 16 down in the fourth. darin with 18 off the bench and clippers beat the 101 to 99 to even that series at 2 games a piece. final round, players championship, who would sink? a long putt to green at 17. >> got to be considered a favorite. yummy. right in the face of the oakland a's, mets with phillies and extra play of the day. >> shaving cream. >> whipped cream. >>> there's a dispute of the new levi's stadium. 49ers on one side and joe moth mt. on the other. company
MSNBC
May 15, 2014 3:00pm PDT
and companies to do the right thing. joining me now is edgar gonzalez who is one of the workers protesting for higher wages today here in los angeles. and u.s. news and world reports susan milligan. edgar, let me go with you first. you work full time at $8.25 an hour. how hard is it to raise a family off of that? >> for me, as a worker and a student, it's really hard for me to provide for my family, you know, because i also want to go back to school. it's really hard for me. i go to school or, you know, i pay my rent. i support my family, and my daughter was just born this 30th of april. so it's been really hard for us. i work really hard. i work for three people a day, and mcdonald's is making billions and billions and billions and they're not willing to share a little bit with us. >> you had a daughter just two weeks ago? >> yes. >> now, susan, let me go to you, susan. because what he's raising -- i talked for about almost all of my three hours on my radio show about this. we keep hearing over and over again. i got today, the right wing making absurd arguments for why we shouldn't raise
LINKTV
May 8, 2014 8:00am PDT
gonzalez. welcome to our viewers and listeners around the country and world. even committee on torture question the vatican this week over its handling of sexual abuse inside catholic church. the hearing came just four months after under the human body, the committee on rights of child, accused the vatican of systematically turning a blind eye to decades of abuse in attempting to cover up sex crimes. during this week's hearing, harshness of zola tomasi revealed that the church ever -- removed 848 priests over the past decade. since 2004 until 2013, 848 priests were dismissed from the clerical status and reduced to the lay status. several hundred more had received other types of penalties. together, they are about 3500 priests. churchent on to say the has been addressing the crisis in a systematic and effective way over the past decade. involves, and it so does the church in a lot of ways. the culture of society that has affected the church changes, and .ow we are in a new moment if you look at the facts in a fair way, you see a lot of measures have been taken by indeed, arees that, are
LINKTV
May 29, 2014 8:00am PDT
and peace report. philadelphiaan in with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. much of today's program to honoring the life and legacy of writer and activist maya angelou. she died wednesday at her home in north carolina. she was 86 years old. her son, guy johnson, issued a statement that she "lived a life as a teacher, activist, artist and human being. she was a warrior for equality, tolerance, and peace." born marguerite ann johnson in st. louis, maya angelou grew up in arkansas in the jim crow south. at the age of seven or eight, she was raped by her mother's boyfriend. he was killed shortly thereafter as a result of the trauma, she remained virtually silent for five years, speaking only to her brother. she became a mother at age 17. in the 1950's and 60's, she went on to become an actress, singer and dancer. after she fell in love with a south african civil-rights activist, they moved to cairo. she later lived in ghana where she met malcolm x. and the two collaborated on developing his organization of afro-american un
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